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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 5 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL I. NATC'HITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, J,11IN" 5., 1895. NO. 4;. m1_ i___ • ~____ I I I REMARKABLE PAPER. A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN. Mauimilian nbhesplarre's Vews of 1hat Should ('onstitlte a State. of Individ* ualt Itllht of the Citizen, Together With an Ottiln of Go;uvernment. The following deciarations of the rights of man by Maximilian Robes pierre, taken from (0 Brien' trans lation of liuouarrotti's history of lBab ruf s (onspiracy for Equality. speak for themselves. \\e give same without endorsement or comment: The represirenta!ti es of the French people. assembled as a national con vention, acknowledge that all human laws which do not emanate from the eternal laws of justice, are boit crimai nal outrages of ignorance and despot ism against humanity: and convinced that tie forgetfulness and contempt of the natural rights of man are the sole causes ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 5 July 1895

L SIANA r OPUJLIST. PCMiL-ItED V1,:!:1 1 l Ji",.It it. ! 1:: !e'ATC'II'T()4' IIN .4 I'1 I'I.i1.I ING f I. I.i1 'i' l ) FNTII;iC;L AT THIE ,A'f' IYI'!U('!1;IEi S rP*sr (,I'_F- ' A. 1"';'(N ..I.As'- , 5 " Ft: 1.1. L aIAN. F, hito.x' ,. II. A1IT EAUX. - - Pu, ihcr. SCI :t'l'plT It )N- f ine Ve ............... 0i 4u Tuom .1~ t , .... . 4. , 7ERTIS-fl RATES. t$ 1 01 14 I'a o1)'* 0 i- i; ' 1 -. 1.I, . S10. ý 0"') 9 1;N) ! r +.+ I 9 .^ 14 i9 15 141 19 ,"; :11 01 1Z ; :' 2 19 'I4 lI4 i : 1 MI' 44 00 I - 1, ,~i .i i '::; 1.d "-ti ,it tutu ? 1 i;;d fr' 44 t!Ol¶ Si - . ..: n t 00 5?. t t (. : 00 1.5 00 i100 00 Tran i''t ;ellrtt: nwnf e. $1 p."r vgquat+ first in M,.rt.o : ra, h w ul., u qma."t inus.'itin 50 cents per agtWre. .it;, ial nr b 's! adr,,rti , nu.nt4. t1 per ..qnart Ai r t ni , ,rrti ,,n . tc h e hn t) q( 'in t in se ltio n .r0 c t't' e pee M liar.. T..4"a: ..verti-n mo'nt.. 0 c0ents p.r liw'. Fliti,,ial niti, c ,u fir t inr l rtion. 15 r,'nt. p r line: , l u-41 (lnl'tlt" ln r' ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 5 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. EUJ FMR|I| S. J3 1.)" . 1 95. -" at Church Seri ices. At Scrvice' at tb ~, Mt'iod -t clhurch e ' rv Fir-t and Thir I Stirdav at 11 . in. of and .30O p. in.. hy tie. Pa,,tor 11. W i Hickrv. l'ravtr eaetirg ew ery Vedna d Vay night at i7 : l l. i1i APArTil's-- r. :. P,.r. ,:. n', l.- an ular ,rvileo.. trc,,nd:l, Ia fAtrth 'n- d,' Otl. 11 a in , and 8. t. in : ,,,:v .h n l. L uot1 :a. In.: PraYer in- . it up , .h l ' 1' wit ID All iIti',., lh,1 .ii× l od,_,, V.. ."i .\ 1'. . .1. M o. ll 'h,", t Ilr--I and 1h ,i0 \1.,.clud,.-d.ays, 7 I stlea It ll . v.. . hts ,f t' h i . -.I. F. rlh da. ( '. ( : Adolph l.'llrman, K'. Ot It. ,. Mrr"s sreclnd and foulrth I Thingllad.u at 4 P. R 1. 1 Full iproceeding of the 'Parikh co( Executive Committee. 'Pe,ll'" liar- Ini ty, will appear in lt nexti\ icuie. On Sale, Iumnmer Excurur iln t'\1 Tick'et. otil The Texacs & Pacitic ailwaY itl Conllpany hIave now o .le Sui mier Excursion ticket, to all S1111- C tmer Resorts in t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 5 July 1895

A rieh bline. it Is said that a certa:n Swedish cooper rmii:n ha, h,',n worti: i without int.rru:it.on for , y,'ar', ani ist Cs t!nmated to have Ihal la totai vt'old in ciht centur' ei of l. -' .) , toni, forthi at th, ar. r a_' ta:uo of .25 per ton nore' tiai 'i:i, 1.1) t'. A recorl of its pro,,i:'t;on shows that thie output pat was l,::;'i imetric tons in 16;;3, reaching a in;a.inlum of :t.4.5. tons in Ti ;,. and slowly decreas ing siuc 1-9't,' being 1 tons in l-t'l. A Russian economist estimates the annual cost of the armed peace in Eu rope at *2,000,0 l) ,01). I'm All 'nstrunn, Is the reTark of manay a to ivous , i tt v[lunts. IIt or she ll ti , ec t race to talk that way after b-g:nuing it perslitin- in a c,,urse of ,.ou:etter' tn:atch litter.. Nothing like it. to r n'w strength anii applletite and good dl~egstlon. It checks the inroads of tmialaria. and r medics l,ver comhnlla.t conl.tipation, , -dIl'. ta rhet:llu: ti* al and ktluer dis.order. It it In every -nce a treat ho...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 12 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS, VOLr I. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, lRIDAY, LY 12, 1895. No. 47. PUBLIC OWNERSHIP. of IF THE THEORY IS INCORRECT b LET US SELL t Our Public Roads, Streets and Alleys to ri 8ome Syndicate, Let Them Fix Terms LI on Which We Can Lee Them, and See How It ,. tl If public ownership is not good, let g us sell our public roads, -treets and o alleys to some syndicate and have it n fix the terms on wnich we can use s them, as they do the railroads. Let tL us sell the rivers to another syndi- t] cate. Let us sell the school houses, ti state and national buildings to an- s other syndicate and have it put on its li tariff. Public ownership is right or o not right. If public ownership will r give the people as good or better c service than private ownership a and for less money (labor) then t it is better. Thu question is simply o one of business. The private owner ship has proven ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 12 July 1895

LOUISIANA FOPULIST. 'NAP I fI I Ili: [l ilt' : [1 V 1 \ li , I.I \11'l L.r. E N .I i 1:1 ti .t 1 1 1 1 1 :.7; a I t 11 1 i t I i : -, 1'l l i Itl'FI'f I .,, 1 1 '7 Il l 1t \1 .t i"1 FtI ; 11. 1.. I 'I.\ N. - - Itil. ,. W . 1 1 . I I ,1 I N . - I ' n l l i -l . il'li;6i "1: 11"1 X I i- I i l., I ..I. . ........... I " ·  I- ~ iI b-.. ............ 1!, F}'. ,1 , ) Ila ......... .. . 41i ADVERTISING RATES. 1 I ' ' t - ., I . . . . [P iii .. . . . I . . . ' ". I n , 7 ,I II ; 1" AI 19 Niil "', I4 51 in1hh . :. I 11 .1..1 I' N. : * 4 inl,'he,, .I m. . 1 I N 11 i ni ; I NI I NI m'" " e t I ' I 1 4" oI 7 tio hri I . . II '0 h l II II I t t >" 1n1 h. I 1 1 0l :'4 I 1 NI' 41 I0l Ir 1 111| 1tin 4 1 Iwo ! s.I I i w 1n1ý 11 t ) I tol IN 7 pU t11 'n t " 1 1.1 41 111 '" 1 1 i t ..) aIt It n :1th lln 4. l itst Hil ) still.II A ( . 1 '111 ++ I l I I l li w'i.o11 r 1t' .i,' . 11o,..1 . I1 go1 1 . 1e'l.l I o' lll lll.N i l, i .!111 ,I"ll.. .1 .I1 tit 111',11 i .II C .101 ther ill(atni . ni` I...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 12 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. 1'1ID.A t..53 ' 12, 1%9:. ('lllrclh Service., rv Fir-t aml, 'iTil; -I ,1 n:n l:l :,t !1 :I. nl. n l ; l 1. 111.. h tl . I':-t. r. I. V ,1.a I ,hlt a:t i 'A1 1. 1i 1.\1'11 1 .M . L. W\\t'';, -r. ptor. 1 Wllar ,,e. \ ic..". ,." in .i 11l,tll rtu t ,m r .l \.. l1 i : I u.. :.ia l ( I . 11. Il : n':,ltl i;', , , f, 1oo l. l1 . :I. II : ti'i " I. m lin 1.1 h . \\ V.! .1:' .1y. " p. Ie AII ".'1 t I'1 "ltiý L!,, , N\. . A I'. A .A. \1.- " (:I. le 11:01 \o . nI t of 1'thia, --.I. E. Ilhr.da C. I .: Adolph l 'lleriKs.io, K1. of 11V. 1 h. M tI s .i. 1. alltal ol flir t 'til itns~ i :i t i~ i l . li. O ] .1 1 1 ':I l I F I . t '.e "ait :niIthoriz'in to :nnit- unein Mr. .n t .l. Gt ill.EI , as I tnlv i n)iiint fo'r Sheritf of Nati hitll., 1pari'ih. sul1lr t to the e tio of the leol,, eh's p i::r 11t itl s riell a trnv tolhe hl an t1 1lt ,tiy ofl O t.it er t. y s .. Theirnext .. .OR CLERK. \I\y, July )tllho'i, z1 :'tl t, ( :1l i't4 l . It M i'. .1Nl . We. ilavllN a, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 12 July 1895

To Obtlge a Friend. Byron Sturtevant, a grocer, of Port Clyde, Me., is said to be the most obliging man in Maine. l:ecently one of his neigebors wanted his horse for the day. Mr. .turterant needed the horse in his delivery wagon. but he could not say no to h is noiuhlor., o let him have the horse, and wheeled his groceries about town on a wheel barrow, goin: in son caecs as much as a mile. N\ un tli- good man dies his neighbor.. a .o i,%L used him, will all -ay he a as a clever man. They will be sorry h,e is deanl: be cause they will b- obli-cd to hire a horse when they want one. A uestion ,,f O(.u litietl,,n. If a woman is fit to sit on a throne and rule a nation, none but a narrow headed ward politician will say a woman is not tit to scre on a school board or ~s a commi-sioner of educa tion. Mothers are better ,ualitied to direct and superviso the education of children than ignorant politicians can over be. 'there are queens in our homes. There are hoodlums in o:hea The O:det Co...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL 1. NATCH ITOCIHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, J. ULYV 19, 1895. NO. 4 .,r -_.. ... ... . .. .. . . . .. CLOUDS THE WORLD. THE SINGLE GOLD STANDARD BRINGS RUIN. An Artclee In Which It is Shown That All the Great Governments Are Anmo ally Spendingr More Than Their In comes, and the Reasons. The effect of present causes is as sure as that the policy that now rules the world continues. The whole power of organized government throughout the world is directed to the collection of interest on money loaned. And the corelated fact is that the chief end of business is to borrow money. The nation is considered highest in prosperity that can borrow money cheapest. At bottom it is this fact that makes the demand for a single measure of values-gold. It simplifies usury and increases the power of the usurer class. The etTect is seen in Europe more than in this country-for there the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 July 1895

LOUISIANA F OPULIST. VilrIt.l-11E1 I rs 11:' 11:11. 1v I 1111. NATC ITII' IIKs pl' i:I.I iIN,; I'.. .T .2'1 : IE i - AT I I : N.i 'Al lIIIT r"l1 I:i 1'O. "FI(E: ,1 .!T'()NI' '(. L M's I I FI. W . il. AIE.\I X, - - Ir:h1lilhr. - iLI I riCU: 'ltlP'I l '--t r  '" a1,:,r .............. *.1 INI " i 5-' . t M l....r ............. . }_1144 .. . ........... 4 ADVERTISING RATES. -' ... I"t. i n". . E li t t 1 4 -.1 , II ten t 2 inch . '. (I N (N ' t 9 15 0" _-: N i in 'he' 7 s I 11 ro 1'0 10 (. lo l 4 in'jre+I , I N ( 1 1, ? _ IN :9 tmin.le. I (N 10If Ion 17 to 27_'; IN two 7 i .h,, 11 FAi l i 44rI . 1 a nO :1 44 (ll I in .i,.' I 13 (0Il ? ol ?J4 In: ::1 ("ll 40 (O 1 CehIIIn In I 4110 5 5 41 o I0 0 I00 1(10 1'ron.i'ntl ;dv,.rfli. n- f4 t, # 1  h'lt w Sa ' firrt it -r'tio n ; each nu bll  1" t inl - ltiolnl :Al c .llt. IwT f r't inmrtion ; aleac 444)1 qu4.11t in, .rtin 50 rents perilt I. 1 p.r tOriuuin. ir ael lveyrtti.melnt. 1n rent' 1" r lin . Rdiltnrial ntie ti'. tire ii 0ttlio . 1...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. FRIDA~II', JCL1_ 19, IN.3. ChlIrclh Scrvtc4e. , Servjic at the Mtlholi-t1 churcih eve rv Fir-t and 'Thirl Sun i:v at: 11 a. in.. andl 7:30 n. m.. by the Pastor. II. W. Ri'lkev. Iraver me'mt ing cvcry We d e. day nighl at 7:,O p. in. 1Rat",1rlir--i.. F. Weaver. ptatir. Pe, tilar Mservi' .sn . srev nl il d t1rll th ,n i S l|:lt y . 11 a Ill.. 'nld . p. In : : InI :.ay S1.1'hool. 10 0 n. III.: Prayer nlllting. W\I'ln ll: ayi , pi). i/ n All i Jvite. l. Lodte'. i'ih nix Lomlle, Ni,. :. A. F'. & A. M. .1. 1.W .o.** ". . 1.: .I. E. 1risl:t. Sii"tyv. fhects first and third \\.'t(dIilzi1 d:l v , at 7 - p.v n. ('aitle 11:ll Ni,. 89. Kini'hts of Pythian -.I. E. Breda, (. ('.: Adolph L,'lleri.on, K. of R. S. M.Icets second and fourth Thnrshl: v. at 8 pi. ni. ANNO0YNCEMENTS. tion of the Peiople's party at its prima ry to be held on the 5tlh day of October i ext. FOR CLERK. We are authorized to annllonee Mr. .INO. W. IIHOW no a eandidatr fior ('letk of the D)istrict C...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 19 July 1895

Wet Generally Know. It is not commonly known that the capital of China is ice-bound for five months out of the twelve, or that the stolid-looking Chinese could ever be graceful skaters. The Chinese use a very inferior style of skate, of their own manufacture-a mere chunk of wood arranged to tie on the shoe and shod with a rather broad strip of iron Lookere On. Foreigners traveling in India can not fail to be impressed with the crowds of natives to be found at every railway station. As a rule the peo ple have no idea of time, but they have learned that trains do not wait for tardy passengers, so they begin to gather hours before the time for the trains to leave. It coots more to satisfy vice than to feed a family. The sincere man is like fine gold, he can be tested. Does He Chew or Smoke? If so It is only a question of time when bright r es' grow dimn malll steps lose firmness, and ti,' vigor and vitality so enjoyable now be destroyed forever. Get a book, titled "Don't 'lToacco Spit ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL I. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. J LY 26, 1893. NO. 4.. u,--m•| | mm n m n m A FEW PREDICTIONS. MUCH FOOD FOR THOUGHT IN FEW WORDS. What an English Paper Predlete in Re gard to the Future of This Country, In Consequence of Existing Coadtloes, lee qualAtles and Iejestlees. Thinking people all over the world cannot falil to be impressed with the situation in America to-day. The government founded by the patriots of the revolution has been the admiration of the world. The resources of the most favored portion of the earth have contributed to our greatness. Our boasted liberty has attracted the attention o! every student of polit ical problems. In every nation of the globe lead- I ing minds are watching with hopeful eyes the outcome of our attempt to establish and maintain a government of, for and by the people. In this connection it is interesting I to note th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 July 1895

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Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 July 1895

LOUISIANA POPJULST. FRHIlt %i, Ji.l ' 6, Ie'*. Clshr'lllc . : v ee"... 1 S r" I' r- t .:,n "|" lirt ' `'1'.t l: it r. t e ~ot 7 UJ 1u . 1 ' 1 ' . , Ii. 11 Itihkev. Pr'v "r it ca iv 1". 1\ n II:v ii tli ::t 1u 1 i: I ,l ",rll"r -r .1 !":. ,\ , , , ! ;i .... lI' *1 1 i. , i... 11 :1 .. Pr 1 . . , p. -!,,: I , ft ; .0i i ,;: ' I h !, o 11 At.''l t i'..' , I '· E!· . ,i S. W .1()Y I:. s. , a a:lil·lat fcr SI , .r IT .f Nat? tit '- i t AriUh. 1 ieje't'l t theI acton 'if tie I'ol.ipl'.' i.rty .at it I rIn~ t, v 1:t l ,i n.:l t ahe ith iav af o l: t teler : .iet W e are atiillhorie-t aIn. i' 1 '1 t11.'t . d . .1 S. W .0i c:. l .l;i tte for Shler,:i ofr iy t c le n lh , l e iH" ,;io t ith Ida i fe ' We are aihori, el to .nuno-noe Mr. the 'Peoples plll it~ te pr:rnry. tohe lheld (o1 thhe 5thli Iv of )e.i ol! Ie : nel . Our enterlilpri-ing h;1'r next dloor. Charlie To,,kar. his j.l.t hlad fitted to his estallishni-nt ln l2irne'M and cWmplete hath aI nii. wal.e' he-f is prepared to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 26 July 1895

Some Fly Observations If a fly drops Into a beer glass, says a German paper, one who has made a study of national charateristics can easily tell the drinker's natianality by his action. A Spaniard pays for the beer, leaves it on the table and goes away without saying a word. A Frenchman will do the same, except that he swears while he goes. An Englishman spills the beer and or ders another. A German carefully fishes out the fly and finishes drink ing his beer as if nothing had hap pened. A Russian drinks the beer with the fly. A Chinaman fishes out the fly. swallows it and then throws away the beer. An American. if it is on a Fourth of July, does not see the fly. It all goes. The missionaries in China are greatly praised for the hospital work they freely did during the late war. In Tien Tsin they opened and con ducted a hospital at their own ex pease and saved many lives. The whole of life should be a preparation for life Tobacco-Weakened Reolutions. Nerves Irritated tobeeo always c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 2 August 1895

LOUISIANA POPULIST. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. There is No Free Country, Unless the People Rule. PRICE, 5 CENTS. VOL I. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AU(GI'ST 2, 1895. NO. 30. a . . nan n H l i m m u Nin n ut THE MONEY QUESTION VIEWS OF SENATOR J. P. JONES OF NEVADA. It Deelares the Value of the Dollar Do ponds on the Number In Clroalatlon. The Material In the Dollar ias Noth lag to Do With It. Political economy has been called *the dismal science." The most dis mal branch of it, if men are to en deavor to force conclusions to fit some preconceived theory without refer once to principle, is that which re lates to money. The persistent de termination to make the whole science subordinate to the abeurdities of the gold standard has operated like a Westinghouse brake on the pro gress of the civilized world. But there is one system of monetary science that if held stedfastly in view will constitute an unerring guide through that which would otherwise be a path of inextricable ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 2 August 1895

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Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 2 August 1895

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Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana populist. — 2 August 1895

The Fire Cow's Owner. It is reported from Chicago that Mrs. Catherine ('Leary. owner of the fractious cow which kicked over a lamp in the rear if No. 13;7 )e Koven street, ir. )ctober, 1M71. and started a blaze which cost Chicago 31 H1.I, , (,,. died the other day of acute pncu monia. A three-story brick structure occupies the site where in 1I71 stood the O'Leary cottage. Upon a large stone in front of the house appear these words: .-The great tire of 1871 originated here and extended to Lin coln park." The story will be com plete when it is known what became of the cow that objected to being milked by lamplight. lncreastng IRtpitdly. In 1890 there were nearly 4.000.010 women and girls among the class called wage-earners in the United ttates. 'Iheir number has increased in ten years over 1,200,0J0., o~ more than 41 per cent. In the various branches of trade the increase in female empioyes was 263 per cent. 'his is due to the rapid utilization of women as accountants, cashiers, clerk...

Publication Title: Louisiana Populist, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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